Some Pakistani provinces were long, heavy rains and snow, resulting in a few pockets of flooding. Due to rising water damaged many homes. During the
collapse of walls and roofs of buildings in Hafizabade and Swabi killed 9 people, dozens more were injured from electrical shock.
Especially fragile huts were made of clay building materials. Flood in Haripur sank six Pakistanis belonging to the same family and three others were killed when a landslide in Shangla. Due to unstable weather conditions, canceled flights from airports in Islamabad and Karachi, wrote PHOBOS
A similar situation exists in Zambia. In several provinces, floods occurred after weeks of heavy rains. In the area
of ISOC, Province Muchinga, from the disaster killed four people, two men were killed in the flood Kaumba. They were
the students who were swept away in the river
a strong stream of water. Two more Zambians goodbye to life while trying to pass over the
banks of the river
Ntonga. ISOC same area suffered serious losses in the agricultural unit.
Due to flooding there had to be relocated about 20 families at risk of a landslide. Their huts, built of clay, could not resist the approaches water. Under water was 25 hectares of maize and peanuts, which poses a serious threat to food security in the region. Such large-scale flooding in the basin was in 1956.